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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

*y r/ 7 4 fe I' it/"\ ii Closing in on Buluwayo in Or­ der to Cut Off All Outside Communication. Whites Make an Attempt to Drive Them Back, but Don't Succeed. Rapid Fire Guns of the Eng­ lish Caused Havoc With the Blacks. CAPE TOWN, April 27. -The news of Saturday's events in Buluwayo show that the Matabeles are displaying great boldness and energy in the pursuit of their purpose to surround the town completely and out off all communica­ tion with the outside world. On Saturday morning it was found that the hostile forces of natives had surrounded the town on the north, east and west, their ranks being much too close to the town to allow of any free­ dom of aotion by those within. The pickets of the enemy were found #o be in no case beyond four miles' distant from the Buluwayo lines. They threat­ ened thus to work an approach to the town which was speedily putting the place in jeopardy. Immediate steps were perceived to be necessary to Dlilody* the Llnae of tb« Enemy and drive them ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

[pan gfevi, Hfevv-'.- BW Sips'- Bv 1N pi il Ba&v mi Kf~ '. v*': Sijj 1 tV Bfe'/ if Archbishop Ireland declares there is no reason lor becoming scared at the A. P. A. It is claimed that the British have suffered a defeat from the Matables in South Africa. To add to their woes the St. Paul Democrats will have two tickets in the field for city officers this year. It is a horse apiece Dottie Farnaworth defeated Helen Bald win in six-evenings' bicycle race in St. Paul last week. When the St. Paul papers an­ nounce "The Sixth Solid it doesn't refer to the governorship but to some ward on the city election. The Princeton Union says it is doubtful if Morrison county will support Lee for governor. It is just about as doubtful as it was in its support of Bob Dunn. European correspondents are planning for a "United States of South Africa," and claim that a good sized rebellion will be on England's hands down there. Montana people boycott the Twin Cities because their leading papers are aga...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

.?.•* iw-rl VK:- i-v S^V fif fc wW !Sa IT Pickler General Pension Bill Passesthe House by Nearly a Party Vote. Important Amendments to the Present Laws Embodied in the Measure. Senate Gets Off the Track and Plunges Into a Debate on Finance. WASHINGTON, April 29.—The house -passed the Pickler general, pension bill by a vote Of 187 to 54. fhe Repub­ licans and Populists voted solidly in lavor of the measure and the Derrio crats, with six exceptions, solidly Against it. The section to which the bulk of the opposition was directed pro Tides that persons otherwise entitled to pensions shall not be disqualified on account of prior service in the Confed -erate army, provided they joined the Union forces 90 days before Lee's sur­ render. The bankruptcy bill was taken up for a vote Saturday at 4 p. m. under a special order. Provisions of the Pension Measure. The bill as passed amends the pen­ sion laws in some very important re­ spects. It creates a presumption of the death of an enlisted ma...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

& t- 6 i#:" IITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT W«T4 By The Tbanscrij»t Pub. Co.,^r PUBLI8HBD EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! ./• ....... ».....^. 91 80 ... 40 One year ................... ix month* -ee months A.DVKRTIBINQ RATES LOW. TLB FA LIS, MINN GIRLS FROM FARMS. Their Summer School Opens \}y at the State Farm—Prof. Brewster In Charge. vV The Subject of Farm Poultry $ to Be Given Special Promi­ nence. Rom Wednesday's Minneapolis jfonrnal. "You can sign your names in this blank and put your Supt. Brewster, his address, gave special attention to the new department which will be intro­ duced this year—that of poultry. The women, the superintendent said, were the ones who had to fight for the poultry on the farm the men, for some reason, didn't seem to care about raising chickens and eggs, when, as a matter of fact, this industry was now becoming one of the most importantiu the state. He wanted every woman present to become a missionary on poultry, taking to the farms of the state new and adva...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

v. v„ m: v- •v&ssaas i-t tive JOB PRINTING THE TMSGBUT JOB TO IS NOW supplied with new MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. MEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Dr. Nlvin May 7th and 8th. A daughter was horn Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moran. A new shower every wight minutes makes It decidedly April weather. Otias. Backer, lornferly of Motley, has bought a drug store at Staples. Trv a caii of Hopkins' Steamed Hominy (Hulled Corn). It is de­ licious. Full qt., 10c. Night Operator Frankeleft Tuesday morning for fflgrhome In Mil waukee, A course of Hood's Sarsaparilla this spring may be the means of keeping ycu well and heaxty all summer. C. A. Lindbergh returned Wednes­ day from a business trip to St. Paul. The log drives are all right, evea if the farmers can't get their land seeded as fast as desired. The pension department on Thurs­ day granted a pension to Mrs. Frances A. Can field of this city. J. H. Seal has commenced the erection of an addition to his residence on First avenue northeast. The A. O. U. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

ijfa'4- trtL1 3W IK r,, R'* 1• mu A NOTABLE WEDDING. APPROACHING NUPTIALS OF FRANK LOWDENAND FLORENCE PULLMAN. A. Plain Chicago MISS FLORENCE PULLMAN. tune In stooks and bonds and who will some day fall heir to several millions. The handsome big Pullman mansion on Prairie avenue has. been overrun with them. But It was all In vain. Many a titled foreigner bas been to the expenso of a voyage acrpss the octian and had his trouble for his pains. At various times it has been announced that Miss Pullman bad beoomo engaged to one or the other of her titled and Impe­ cunious suitors, but tho reports have all proved falso. Three years ago it was stated that she was to marry Prince Leopold von Isenberg Birstein, one of tho German no­ bility. Tho prince did visit Chicago and was entertained at the Pullman home. It was also understood, too, that ho did propose to Miss Florence, but if ho did she injected him, for he went back to Germany suddenly and has novel* visited Chicago since. And now it ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

-VP.WS(#/ /lW« From Saturday's Dally. $ $ $ $ $ Money is Wanted From the County Board for Road and Bridges. Many Towns Apply for Aid in Reparing Damages of the Spring Freshet. The board of county com mlasioners met in special session Saturday to consider the needs of the county in the way of new bridges to replace the ones destroyed the first of the month by the high water. Rep­ resentatives were present from many towns, uil anxious for help from the county. It developed that the loss in the county amounted to many times the amount of money that the com­ missioners had available. The commissioners figured that there was about 94,500 to appropriate, including the amount to come in during June and July, while the applications were as follows: Bellevue town, for br»dge across Platte, $450. The south part of the county wanted $4,000 to repair the bridge over the Mississippi west of Royalton. Swan River town wanted $600 to replace the several bridges destroyed in that town. Belle Prairie...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

I 1 1 10 ft. CONGRESSIONAL FORECAST. Plokltr'i Petition lllll In the Hons*. Appropriation* in th« ftonate. WASHINGTON, April 37.—The house, having disposed of all the approprio tions, will devote the balance of the session, except such portions as are con* awned by conference reports, to clear­ ing up such matters as opportunity affords. This week promises action on Several measures. The Pickler general pension bill, which was under debate last week for three days, will be voted on this week. The measure will prob­ ably receive every Republican and quite a number of Democratic votes. The house will then take up the bank­ ruptcy bill and devote three days to its consideration. The senate programme for this week, -so far as determined upon, includes only the consideration of appropriation "bills, beginning with the naval bill and following that closely with either the river and harbor or the District of Columbia bill, probably the former. LOOKING FOR A RALLY. Wheat Expected to Advance...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

J. ft "Wfe ''?, 4H:-:'A: si' TAXES WILL STAND. Judge Searle Decides, the Thayer Tax Cases in Favor of Morrison County. The Evidence Shoyed that the Property Was Fairly A.s sessed-The Decision. Monday Judge Searle filed his de decision in the tax case of thecounty against Thayer. The taxes on the Thayer property OH the WeBt side have not been paid for three year?, and the amount now due for taxes, penalty and interest is nearly $9,000. The assessment WHS°attacked, but it is plain that at the time the assess­ ment was made it was a fair one compared with assessments of city property generally in Little Falls. Following is the decision and notes filed in the clerk of court's office: STATE OF MINNESOTA. MOKRISON COUNTY In District Court. In the matter of the proceeding to enforce the payment of taxes on real estate remaining delinquent on the first Monday in January, 18J15, for the county of Morrison, and state of Minnesota. Answer of Samuel R. Thayer and George W. Thayer as to certain ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 May 1896

12 iWj-'V'SV Mr 13R:''S HP PBRSONXLB. Mheriff Hider was at S wan viHe Mon­ day. J. C. fetherspil went t« Wednemlav. Swanville Fred Hyde,of Royaltou, wnsin the city Monday. Jno \. Berke.v came up from St. Paul Saturday evening George Hollenbei'k. of Ruyalton, wasii rhe city Tuesday. Bnriu'.v Burton «pi!nt Sunday visiting Minneapolis friends. Messrs. Frank Bustien and .1. M. Cota spMit Sunday In Morris. Rev. Geo. R. (Jeer went to Wadena Monday evening on business. f!. A. Lindbergh went to St. Paul Sunday afternoon on luisiness. Hon Frank Minetr of Sunk Centre, was in thecitv Mouday afternoon. Rev. f}«o. R- Oeer returned home fro«u Wadena Wednesday afternoon. Frank Jarboe, of Kmlnerd. V® visiting Little Falls friends Saturday. Mrs. E. O. Williams returned Mon­ day evening from a visit to Minne­ apolis. P. H. Neuman returned from Iowa Tuesday nitflit with a carload of horses. Rev Win. Moore returned-Tuesday evening from a business trip to the Twin itifs. Court Stenographer Win. Russell,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

VOL 20. LAFOND AGAIN CfllEF. The Fire Department Elects Officers and Does Other Business. The annual meeting of the Little Falls fire department was held at the city hall Wednesday evening. About sixty members were present. The 'question of funds for the state en­ campment came up. ahd it waB developed that some of the com­ panies were holding their contribu­ tions as company fund*, instead oi turning them into the general fund. That condition, of course, left th«* money outside the control of the department, and any amount not In possession of the department as a whole could not be considered avail Able. It seemed that the different companies wf re not in position last evening to state their plans in the matter. It was therefore voted that the chief of the department and the foremen of the different companies have a consultation, and prepare a report of the exact condition and in­ tentions of all companies, and that the report be submitted at a called meeting of the department. It ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

it 2 The public debt sS^' w1 B* s»* was $6,000,000 in April. increased Spain has refused the popes goffer of mediation between herself and Cuba. ,j" V.*' I Mrs. Stanford has paid the Request of $2,500,000 which Senator Stanford left to Leland Stanford, Jr., university. The university has now an assumed income ot a large amount. Milwaukee is experiencing a street car strike in which about 1,000 men are involved. The company has notified the city authorities that the city will be held liable to all damage to pro­ perty. |j The Republicans elected every­ thing in St. Paul Tuesday. Poor, old, repudiated and discredited Democracy didn't have enough life to be killed. Campaigns are no longer contests in this state. There is no interest in election returns. Even the '-Democrats" who hesitate about publicly an­ nouncing a change of politics would quietly clefeat any Demo­ cratic ticket this year. Republi­ cans don't really need to yote this year but they would like to go on record again. Th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

"fJJf J1!« .•v. t*" 1 It i"^*l \«S «ff .?3 •. -*y' Street Car Emplpyes at Mil v: wawkee ori Strlke to En- ,, force Demands. 1? "Want More Pay, Recognition of the Union and Minor Concessions. Electric Light Employes In­ volved and a Walkout ISx Probable. MILWAUKEE, May 4.—A strike of the *900 employes of the Milwaukee Eleo trio Railway and Light company was inaugurated last night, and as each car *was run into the barn motorman and conductor left it not to return until the •demands of the union for increased pay, recognition of the employes' or» ganization and several minor conces­ sions are granted. The Electric Bail* -way company has seen that a strike was certain to occur and has been •quietly arranging to fill- the places of the striken. A number of men havtf been brought here from other cities to take the places of the strikers and are quartered in the several barns. The strike was determined on at midnight at amass -meeting of mem* hers of the union. It had been deter* xuined t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

On Tuesday 1,658,600 bushels of graiu T^as loaded onto boats from tlie Duluth and Superior elevators. That broke the record for day's WOrk. i. ========s^^ ^Senator Walcott announes that lie is more of a Republican than free silverite, and will remain with the party regardless of the financial plank. r?-,lis b. A. Pillsoury, the Minneapo- .miller, makes predictions of a I'', decreased wheat crop and increased prices. When Pillsbury can't talk in an encouraging way about ,f, wheat prices he keeps quiet. tae-v,. J"' The Republicans of one New J' England state, Vermont, aban doned Reed, and in their state con *vention expressed a first choice for McKinley. This was a surprise to the anti-McKinley combination. Th* Princeton Union emphat­ ically protests against the propo­ sition to down Clough in Hennepin county. So do thd oil inspectors, boiler inspectors,surveyor generate, private secretaries, etc., etc. The claim is made in Washing­ ton that Davis will get three votes from Minnesota i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

4ir \,f.J »is j& 4 \,,.' 3'*VH •a# Tf spw 'A i*W- •:*W •3: :!:M TALKING IT TO & l$:V. 'MiVi kriv v- ^Wtwy.-ev ^'"z Evidently Senator Hill's Pur ,f pose In Discussing the gL. if ,V ,6'^ Bond' Resolution. g|.^| P'/v"' 1 •A 1 j- #iV Has Debated It Five Days and 0 -Ct,i II DAVID B. SILL. session, and Mr. Peffer did not carry out his announced purpose. He stated, however, that the resolution would cer­ tainly pass in a day or two ,which, however, is doubtful, in view of Mr. Hill's ability to speak indefinitely. Mr. Pettigrew, (Rep., S. D.), supported the bond resolution. He also criticised Mr. Sherman for his recent approval of the treasury administration. REFUSES TO CONCUR. Sratte Amendment to the Naval Hill Voted Down in the. House. WASHINGTON, May 6.—The oppo­ nents of four battleships sustained an overwhelming defeat in the house on the proposition to accept the senate amendment to the naval appropriation "bill reduc ng the number to two. Mr. Sayers (Dem., Tex.), ex-chairman ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

6 A 'I TITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. By THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED BVESY FRIDAY. -m SUBSCRIPTION! "i \H One year ix month* montba ADVERTISING BATBB LOW TLB fALLB, $1 60 75 40 MINN L1T1B| Long and Happily. fet it possible to prolong life oomfort ib)f for a oentury? Tbe ganeral opinion at physiologists is that it is so and that the average of lite is lengthening. In­ vestigation into the lives of those who have lived long seems to show the fol­ lowing qualities necessary to length of lays—one most be of a serene, oheerfol disposition and have a good digestion. Nearly one-fourth of those who live to be very old are firstborn children, it kas been found. They are people of ex teileot intellectual tfcrwe*, njioaUy above tl» average in intelligence., Professor Humphrey of England finds the longest average of life among the civilised and hitelieotoal nations, however, to some extent, facts oontradiot him, since the oldest people living are to be fonnd among the Indians at Lower Californi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

tf t* t't 1' «a?k $» k«9il •sm "Jki tive JOB PRINTING TE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFltt IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TRODGHOUT. MEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The Mississippi is slowly rising again. Fred L. Weber, of Perham, was in the city Friday. The Two Rivers flour mill is now running by nteam. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wright Sunday night. Twins, a son and daughter, were born to Dr. and Mrs. R. Gibson Saturday. .«•.... The mayor furnisher the key to his message in today's paper. The city will now proceed to prosper. Settlers looking for new homes' make a mistake, to pass.by Morrison county for the Red Lake reservation The street sprinkler may yet be In demand this season. Two days without rain make a strange record. The high wind which prevailed Sunday demolished a number of awnings on the business houses, of the city. Pure blood is the safeguard of health. Keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla if you would always be well. A St. Cloud weather observer finds that the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

8 h- BILLY SMITH, HERO. THE STORY OF A MAN WHO DIDN'T ... KNOW VERY MUCH. He Simply Kmw Enough to Bl» #or Oth •n—A Terrible Kialng Disaster Wbleb •bowed the People of Blmntjrre Wbil Vm In Simple Billy* $ Hit companions lit their oigars and drew their chairs closer round the cosy stove, lor Hastings was ono of the beat story tell­ ers onthe road. "Talking of remarkable escapes," said Hastings, "I think I, know very few to beat that of which the hero was poor half Wlttod Bill Smith, whom I met at an ap­ palling mining disaster in Scotland 10 or IS years ago. At that time I .was doing my yearly round of the manufacturing towns in England to get it lino on the newest thing in carpets, and ran north to Glasgow to visit some friends. The dis­ trict for miles around is *fairly honey­ combed with coal mines. One forenobn tli£ startling information reached the city that there bad been an expijslon in one of the pits at Blantyre, a viwage seven or eight miles away, and ouriosity drew me thith...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

4 J. 1 %v j? .fe. IPS RICHARDSON WRITES., Ed. Mahan's Charge Vigorous ly and Lengthily Refuted by the Mayor. To THE EDITOR OF THE TRANSCRIPT: Your Issued the 24th Inst, con­ tained an effusion from one Ed Mahan, who is a carpenter residing on the West side. Ed asserts that he has been reading my message and finds nothing in it that a mayor'* message should contain, Had I even dreamed that Ed Mahan was an expert on messages I should certainly have submitted it to him for inspec tion before publishing it. But Ed. somehow,'.I have got an 'impression that ,vou are not an ex­ pert at anything, unless it -night be at lying, and that y*ur early educa­ tion was badly neglected that when an urchin you go^ into the habit of running away from school (a habit that bright boys frequently get into) and that your good old mother in the place of pursuadlng you to stay at schojl, when sent, by vigorously warming the seat of xyour pants when you were reported absent without leave, is greatly to be bl...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 May 1896

10 1 St: NO PROPOSITION. The Council Meeting to Ar range for Water and LI ght a Faroe. gMtunlBy evening a spfcWil nieot fright, council WHB held for ^wrpnpo of iirnmKliiic preuM'tit of the Electric' & Wnter company, for a Bupplv of water for flrt protection and Htreet lijiiHIixr. The council apparently hiwl n» rwiHon for meet lug, aa Aideminu Mwrtln Btated It was the advU-e of the Mttorney to do nothing- DUIII.B: the afternoon fcjiore tne nieetlnv: Mr. Iterkey talked with nevertil of the in.-mhern «»f the council, to learn what queHtlonn the council deBirrtl to CIIHCUHH when he Khould meet th rn, and nnd«-rf»Tood that ihe council glvliut con­ siderable w.-lprht to the report of the citizen*' committee, and dexired to make some arra Kement t» continue the water and iisiht nervice pending any lit'jratlon over the contract. At the meet'iitf Alderman Martin ap­ peared to represent the council's program, and ntatfcd th«t the at­ torney had advised them to do nothing looking to the co...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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